KJ Harrison Insights –
Managing Risk & Returns
The KJH Insights monthly podcast on managing risk and returns provides an in-depth look at the issues affecting the markets, and how we navigate those issues to build and protect our clients’ wealth. Host Sarah Bull, Partner & Portfolio Manager at KJ Harrison Investors, talks with this month’s guest, KJH’s CEO Joel Clark, about the impact of the US election on the markets, the “big picture” and the tug-of-war between reflationary policies vs deflationary pressures, and how big companies are getting bigger and better. We look forward to bringing you the next KJH Insights episode in December.
Sarah Bull, CIM®
With over 25 years of experience in the financial industry, Sarah specializes in managing investment portfolios for high and ultra-high net worth individuals and advising them on the complexities associated with their wealth. Sarah is dedicated to helping her clients – both individuals and families – with the transition through different stages of their lives and helping them to manage risk and secure their legacies with solid investment decisions.
Joel Clark, CFA
Joel has been CEO and Portfolio Manager at KJ Harrison Investors for 17 years where the business has grown from $80 million in AUM in 2001 to over $1 billion in AUM, where it stands today. Joel manages the investment portfolios, on a discretionary basis, for high net worth and ultra-high net worth individuals and families throughout Canada. Joel takes a holistic approach to managing portfolios and is intent that risk is well managed to secure his clients‘ financial goals and futures.
Host Sarah Bull and KJH’s CEO Joel Clark discuss the impact of the COVID-19 vaccine on markets, the effect of a lower US$, the strength of Canada’s economy versus the US in 2021 and KJH’s top investment themes in this reflationary environment.
KJH Portfolio Managers discuss the top three themes informing our investment decisions in 2021: the blue wave, the vaccine and inflation. We also reflect on the many major events of 2020 and their impact on markets and investments.